CTVA US Music Variety - "Broadway Open House" (NBC late night)(1950-51)

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Broadway Open House (1950-51)
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BROADWAY OPEN HOUSE
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NBC
Live from New York
(29-May-1950 to 24-Aug-1951)(some sources say it began 22-May-1950)
(5 nights a week originally) (3 nights a week from May 1951)
Conceived by Sylvester "Pat" Weaver - Vice President of NBC
Produced by Vic Mcleod, Ray Buffum, Doug Coulter

US Late Night Music Variety Comedy series 1950-51

Hosted by Jerry Lester (3 nights a week)
Hosted by Morey Amsterdam (2 nights a week)
Hosted by Jack E. Leonard

Regulars:
Andy Roberts, Jane Harvey, David Street (singers)
Barbara Nicholls, Helen Wood, Elain Dunn, Maureen Cannon, Marion Colby, Buddy Greco
Ray Malone (tap dancer)
Jennie "Dagmar" Lewis (played a dumb blonde)
The Milton DeLugg Orchestra

Announcer: Wayne Howell

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NBC Mon-Fri 11:00-12:00pm ET (5 nights) (from 29-May-1950)
(some sources say it began 22-May-1950)

NO EPISODE DETAILS

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NBC Mon-Fri 11:00-12:00pm ET (5 nights) (3 nights from May1951) (ending 24-Aug-1951)

NO EPISODE DETAILS

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